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"The Streets of San Francisco" Tower Beyond Tragedy (TV Episode 1972) Poster

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The story's title is taken from "The Tower Beyond Tragedy," a 1950 poetic drama by California-based poet and playwright Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962). The character of Amory Gilliam makes several references to Jeffers' writings and to the granite stone Tor House and Hawk Tower that Jeffers constructed in Carmel, California.
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This episode bears a number of interesting resemblances to the Alfred Hitchcock movie "Vertigo," including some of the locations like Fort Point, and the story of a man trying to control and remodel a woman to fit his ideal image.
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Her apartment rent was $500 a month, equivalent to almost $3,000 in 2015, after adjusting for inflation.
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French title: La trag├ędie de la tour.
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Edward Mulhare is best known as "Devon Miles" in "Knight Rider" but was also the ghost on "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir".
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